A collection of different pieces of art showing multiple perspectives in different places in the world.
Some of the descriptions couldnt save. Here are all of them:
Panoramic View of the Palace and Gardens of Versailles: I feel attracted to this painting because it feels natural. In the museum is a room only for the painting that turns into a 360 panorama of the Palace and when you stand in the middle, you feel like if you are in there.
The Piazza San Marco in Venice: I like the perspective that is taking in the painting with a wide view of the Plaza. It reflects how things were in the early 1700s.
Burg Scharfenberg at Night: I love this painting because the background is the sea and the clouds with bright stars in the sky. Then we have the middle ground, which is the castle with all the lights on, but in the foreground we have a horse and a big tree that covers one third of the painting.
Piazza Navona, Rome: In this painting, Caspar used a good perspective to see the Plaza with an aerial view so we can see the whole thing. Also is a beautiful day, and that’s reflected perfectly with a sunny day.
The Ideal City: I love the simplism of this painting because it’s an open plaza I will say, but there is a couple of persons walking around, and the one point perspective works well when we see the main monument in the middle.
Paris Street; Rainy Day: I personally love this painting, because of the long perspective that takes. The focal point is in the couple with the umbrella on the right, but we have the long perspective on the street so we can see the street full of people with umbrellas in a rainy day.
Perspective of Gardens: I really like the point of perspective because you can even see the continuous sky through the garden.
Architectural Veduta: I love how the painter used the pillars as the support of the picture, which is a hard and strong structure. Then you have the city in the back with a one-point perspective, were you can see on the way back a landscape of mountains.
Meadow with Poppies: Is very interesting that the painter used a roses field and we made a perspective with a motion line of the roses in the field.
St Martin-in-the-Fields: The focal point is very interesting on this picture when you see the little girl with the basket in her hands. The perspective in this picture was used to give depth in the picture and you can see more of the city.
Nighthawks: Is so interesting that this picture was made after the attack of Pearl Harbor that reflects an empty and quiet city. The perspective on the street is amazing; he created a true view of the bar to emphasize the pretty women with the red dress on the bar.
Rainy Day, Boston: The view of the whole city is astonishing because you see more that you expect to see. You can feel the emotion of the people during that day.
Loreto Street, Cusco: This painting is very dark and sad somehow, because the one point perspective on this street makes you feel like you are going in to the darkness and the end will be something bad.
Queen Street, Auckland: In this painting, the view from the middle of the street gives you a feeling that you are walking in the streets of Auckland.
View of the Grand Canal: Love the motion that this painting has. You can feel the people in the canoes moving and working on their tasks during the day. You can see with the perspective all the people working all the way down the canal.